I would describe this campground as just enough. Just enough cable channels (about 14) to claim cable TV. Just enough Wi-Fi (make sure you understand the slight of hand 2 hour rule) to claim free Wi-Fi. The sites are tight and close together. I was in section B and had to snake out of my site and then try and fit a 33 foot trailer between two VERY close trees to leave the campground. It is still a good drive to the Valley floor so it is just close enough to claim it is close to the entrance. The pool was nice and my wife who grades the restrooms rated them as only average.
Staff was friendly and helpful. Cable TV was excellent as was WI-FI. Our pull through site was long and a decent width. The only issue was the water drainage. The sites are surrounded by what looks to be railroad ties and because it had rained so hard the water filled up in this area where the fire ring and picnic table are and had no place to drain off. We would certainly stay there again.
We used this as a stopping off area to see the Falls one hour away. Campground site was large and level. Only two occasions to meet staff briefly to check in and second time was when I was advised I had exceeded the camp speed limit. Free wi-fi a plus, no cable. The one surprise I did have was that in previous reviews there was no mention of railroad tracks and almost 3 times a hour the horns sounded day and night. It's not an issue to the permanents and may not be an issue to others but I think it deserves mentioning. We stayed in a travel trailer.
Staff was friendly and helpful. Centrally located to tour Amish Country. Free Wi-Fi at office and $2.00 per night at campsites. We stayed in the field below that offer a GREAT view of the countryside and still far enough away from RT 30 to remove most of the traffic noise. The only improvement I can suggest would be a bath house closer to the field campsites. We would stay there again.
Staff was friendly and helpful. Close to the activities of Gettysburg. My site was reasonably level, no cable TV but the over the air digital reception offered some nice choices. Free internet service was slow at times, but mostly during the times of heavy usage. We would certainly stay here again.
We are still new to camping and wanted a place close to home and this is about an hour away. We were escorted to our site and our pull through was flat and had easy access. The park offers miniature golf, water slide and paddle boats and is advertised on their web site, however you don't find out until registration, a fee of $12.00 per person is charged for the use of these activities which I find a bit misleading. You are also issued arm bands to be used as admission to the pool. This is because they allow groups to come in and use the park. Which adds to the crowds. We would stay again, but only Sunday through Thursday when they will accept Passport America because they are a bit over priced.